The youth sports industry may be entering a new phase of development. Spending patterns are changing; sentiment around sports specialization is a hotly debated topic; the explosive growth of the previous development era may be coming to an end. What has caused these changes? And what impact will they have on the future of club sports? This paper examines these pressing trends.
Student-athletes are often not motivated in the recruiting process until it reaches a critical stage. This paper will discuss three ways in which a club can motivate their players and thus alleviate one of the large pain points involved in the process.
Morristown, NJ – September, 2015 – Patriot Lacrosse has integrated SportsRecruits with their organization, it was announced today. Patriot players will receive access to the innovative suite of tools provided by the management platform. The integration puts the club on the leading edge of the movement in the space to streamline activity through the use
The job of a recruiting coordinator (or coaches) in a club organization is very difficult and time consuming. One of the biggest pain-points when trying to help student-athletes through the recruiting process is motivating them to get involved.
Strictly from an logistical standpoint, running a club organization can be very challenging - and that is prior to considering the enormous burden placed upon a club by families for recruiting expertise. Reaching out to college coaches on behalf of players is now part of the job. Keeping up with the amount of emails and
In “Best Practices,” Part 1 of our “Integrated Club Webinar Series,” SportsRecruits Co-Founder Matt Wheeler discussed how having a technology platform can alleviate many of the stresses facing a club organization today.
In “Details,” Part 2 of our 4-part Webinar Series “Engineering the Perfect Recruiting Process,” Sports Recruits Co-Founder Matt Wheeler discussed how some of the small details that are often overlooked in a student-athlete’s recruitment can make a huge difference.
Many times, we are asked how our platform helps club staffers and student-athletes work together. The Cliff’s notes: Student-athletes and club staffers utilize their own set of tools, working in conjunction to optimize their time and maximize their outreach. Here is how the ideal meeting between families and clubs looks.